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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2014
Collins S.L., Belnap J, Grimm N.B., Rudgers J.A., Dahm C.N., D'Odorico P., Litvak M., Natvig DO, Peters D.C., Pockman W.T et al..  2014.  A Multiscale, Hierarchical Model of Pulse Dynamics in Arid-Land Ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 45(1):397-419.
Miller TEX.  2014.  Plant size and reproductive state affect the quantity and quality of rewards to animal mutualists. Journal of Ecology. :1-12.
Davidson AD, Friggens MT, Shoemaker K., Hayes C.L., Erz J, Duran R..  2014.  Population dynamics of reintroduced Gunnison’s prairie dogs in the southern portion of their geographic range. Journal of Wildlife Management. 78(3):429-439.
Ruppert JC, Harmoney K, Henkin Z, Snyman HA, Sternberg M, Willms W, Linstädter A.  2014.  Quantifying drylands' drought resistance and recovery: the importance of drought intensity, dominant life history and grazing regime. Global Change Biology. :n/a-n/a.
Petrie M.D., Collins SL, Gutzler DS, Moore D.M..  2014.  Regional trends and local variability in monsoon precipitation in the northern Chihuahuan Desert, USA. Journal of Arid Environments. 103:63-70.
He Y, D'Odorico P, De Wekker SFJ.  2014.  The relative importance of climate change and shrub encroachment on nocturnal warming in the southwestern United States. International Journal of Climatology.
Thomey ML, Ford PL, Reeves MC, Finch DM, Litvak ME, Collins SL.  2014.  Review of Climate Change Impacts on Future Carbon Stores and Management of Warm Deserts of the United States. :1-32.
Peters DPC, Loescher H.W., SanClements M.D., Havstad KM.  2014.  Taking the pulse of a continent: building on site-based research infrastructure for regional to continental scale ecology. Ecosphere. 5(3)
Acuna V., Datry T., Marshall J., Barcelo D., Dahm C.N., Ginebreda A., McGregor G., Sabater S., Tockner K., Palmer M.A..  2014.  Why Should We Care About Temporary Waterways? Science. 343(6175):1080-1081.
Puttock A, Dungait JAJ, Macleod CJA, Bol R, Brazier RE.  2014.  Woody plant encroachment into grassland leads to accelerated erosion of previously stable organic carbon from dryland soils. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
Puttock A, Dungait JAJ, Macleod CJA, Bol R, Brazier RE.  2014.  Woody plant encroachment into grasslands leads to accelerated erosion of previously stable organic carbon from dryland soils. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 119(12):2345-2357.
2013
Brazier R.E., Turnbull L., Wainwright J., Bol R..  2013.  Carbon loss by water erosion in drylands: implications from a study of vegetation change in the south-west USA. Hydrological Processes.
Sinsabaugh RL, Manzoni S, Moorhead DL, Richter A.  2013.  Carbon use efficiency of microbial communities: stoichiometry, methodology and modelling. Ecology Letters.
Puttock A, Macleod CJA, Bol R, Sessford P, Dungait J, Brazier RE.  2013.  Changes in ecosystem structure, function and hydrological connectivity control water, soil and carbon losses in semi-arid grass to woody vegetation transitions. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 38:1602-1611.
Wainwright J, Mueller E.N., Bellot J., Papanastasis V., Parmenter RR, Martinez N., Estrany J., Couteron P..  2013.  Characterizing Patterns. Patterns of land degradation in drylands. Understanding self-organized ecogeomorphic systems. :211-246.
Fraser LH, Henry HAL, Carlyle CN, White SR, Beierkuhnlein C, Jr. JFCahill, Casper BB, Cleland E, Collins SL, Dukes JS et al..  2013.  Coordinated distributed experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11(3):147-155.
Peters DPC, Fraser W.R., Kratz TK, Ohman M.D., Rassweiler A., Holbrook S.J., Schmitt R.J..  2013.  Cross-site comparisons of state change dynamics. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Yao J, Sala O.E., Peters DPC.  2013.  Cross-site studies "by design": Experiments and observations that provide new insights. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Berryman E, Marshall J.D., Rahn T., Litvak M., Butnor J..  2013.  Decreased carbon limitation of litter respiration in a mortality-affected pinon–juniper woodland. Biogeosciences. 10:1-11.
Krofcheck DJ, Eitel JUH, Vierling LA, Schulthess U, Hilton TM, Dettweiler-Robinson E, Pendleton R, Litvak ME.  2013.  Detecting mortality induced structural and functional changes in a piñon-juniper woodland using Landsat and RapidEye time series. Remote Sensing of Environment.
Peters DPC, Lugo A.E., F. Chapin S, Tepley A.J., Swanson F.J..  2013.  Disturbance regimes and ecological responses across sites. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Gaylord ML, Kolb TE, Pockman WT, Plaut JA, , Macalady AK, Pangle RE, McDowell NG.  2013.  Drought predisposes pinon–juniper woodlands to insect attacks and mortality. New Phytologist. :1-12.
Hamilton AT.  2013.  The Effects of Climate Change on Stream Invertebrates in their Role as Biological Indicators and Responders to Disturbance. Department of Biology. Ph.D:180.
McDowell NG, Fisher RA, Xu C, Domec J.C., Holtta T, D. Mackay S, Sperry JS, Boutz A, Dickman L, Gehres N et al..  2013.  Evaluating theories of drought-induced vegetation mortality using a multimodel-experiment framework. New Phytologist. 200(2)
Williams AJ, Crossey LJ, Karlstrom KE, Newell D, Person M, Woolsey E.  2013.  Hydrogeochemistry of the Middle Rio Grande aquifer system — Fluid mixing and salinization of the Rio Grande due to fault inputs. Chemical Geology. 351:281-298.

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